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a conservative republican cuccinelli. speaker gingrich, from what we can tell, cuccinelli, the republican, has always been behind. we think it will be a blowout victory for chris christie. let's start with virginia. is it an indictment of the republican party? how are we to read cuccinelli's -- if cuccinelli loses? >> it's not an indictment of the republican party. we'll have christie win by 20 points plus. >> is it an indictment on part of the republican party? >> this is a question about the campaign that was run in virginia and i think that if you don't run an aggressive campaign very early, you don't define yourself very early, you let your opponent define you and if you have mcauliffe's ability to raise money. this is the clinton machine brought it bear. and i think they are out advertising this week, something like 25-1. >> they played the female card on the democratic side much like they did with obama's victory in virginia. >> terry has run a race on progressive issues. he's gone up against nra and been out for medicaid expansion. he's actually campaigning a little bit on the affordabl
candidate. nominate the right candidates. >> ken cuccinelli may be able to -- i don't know, anna, did you see that? >> yeah. i've seen polls all over the place. i'm sure that the government shutdown issue hurt cuccinelli. i'm also sure what's happening with obama care is at some point hurting mcauliffe as well. so yes, i have seen polls as tight as seven points, five points. and others that have it as broad as 12 points and so, we're yet to see, look, you never know until election day and until you figure out what voters came out. if the democrat voters get overconfident, it could be very bad for them. >> go ahead, lz. >> i was going to say, it is important to note that virginia is a very special case. there is a very volatile civil war happening within the gop in that particular state. ken cuccinelli kind of did some shady stuff. they didn't didn't have a primary there, they add convention. the tea party and conservative christians took the tea party instead of a natural democratic process. what you mentioned before, anna, they are purple. in the primary process, it doesn't matter which
president obama said earlier today when he was trying to link ken cuccinelli to all republicans for the shut down. >> you've seen an e treem faction of the republican party that has been shown again and again and again that they're willing to hijack the entire party and the country and the economy and grind progress to absolute halt if they don't get a hundred percent of what they want. now this snts just speculation. we just saw it last month. here, in virginia, you felt the pain of the first government shutdown in 17 years. >> now, what's interesting about president obama's remarks, is that he didn't mention obama care at all. now, on the other side of the aisle, republicans have been trying to hammer all democrats over obama care and ken cuccinelli has been campaigning with a number of high-profile americans and talking about that. and ken cuccinelli says if you like obama care, you should vote now. democrats say that they've been leading in the polls and terry mcauliffe has led every single pole in this case since july. they think that their side works and they plan on circulating some o
cuccinelli is probably more likely going to lose. >> according to polls. >> right, according to polls. very conservative candidate. so i think a lot of people will be watching and seeing what lessons they can take away. >> bill, do you think ideology is an important part of the virginia race? >> sure, but i think he didn't run a good campaign. he was very much hurt by the governor, who was very popular. it's made it hard for the campaign to raise ethics issues which are certainly there to be raised. cuccinelli has closed some and is now running on obama care, probably should have done that earlier. he's been critical of it, he wants to limit the effect of it in virginia. terry mcauliffe embraced obama care. if this race closes down to five, four points, or possibly a tie or tiny victory tomorrow, that will show how potent obama care is. but i'm told by people, i talked to people close to the campaign, they do think the obama care thing is cutting in their favor. it may be a little too late but i think he has an outside shot to nip mcauliffe at the end. >> one quick last word on governor chr
holds a slight 4 point lead over ken cuccinelli. >>> on friday, we learned a three judge panel struck down a key provision on mandatory contraceptive coverage. barbara, walk us through the court's decision. >> a provision of the affordable care act requires some businesses with 50 or more employees provide coverage for birth control or pay a fine. that has been struck down now. the employer could not be forced to provide birth control. part saying quote they can either abide by the secret tenets of their faith or pay a penalty. what is the court's feeling. but the suit was filed in the name of the company and a company cannot have religious beliefs. the court wants this to move on. thank you for bringing that to us from washington. >> now major development in a case of a teen found dead inside a gym mat at his high school. the feds are investigating. i'm on expert on softball. and tea parties. i'll have more awkward conversations than i'm equipped for, because i'm raising two girls on my own. i'll worry about the economy more than a few times before they're grown. but it's for them, s
starting to talk about what went wrong with their candidate, ken cuccinelli, who is more of a tea party candidate who is expected to lose to democrat terry mcall live. >> erin mcpike in new jersey. jake tapper will be on the campaign trail with chris christie for his final day of campaigning tomorrow. we'll have an exclusive behind the scenes sit-down interview with the governor that will air on "the lead" 4:00 p.m. eastern tomorrow right here on cnn. >>> so is chris christie setting the stage for a white house run? let's discuss with our chief political analyst, gloria borger and chief national correspondent, john king. i think everybody agrees the answer is yes. >> yes. he is. >> yes. yeah. >> now move on. >> he's blunt about that. he makes no issue, he's not pretending. he's clear that he's very interested in seeking the republican nomination. >> yeah, and he's clearly pushing his own brand which is much more personal than idealogical. he's making a point of appealing to hispanic voters, to women voters and he's sort of saying you can't just appeal to the base of your party if you wa
back as they go forward. if you have chris christie win in new jersey, ken cuccinelli lose in virginia, a lot of people will say the tea party candidate cuccinelli took beating and the guy that sometimes sticks in the eye of the tea party won big. >> there is a message to be learned there. the president was if virginia campaigning for terry mcauliffe the democratic candidate this weekend. he said the outcome will say a lot for virginia's future and about the country's future. but i do wonder if that is necessarily the case. because both parties will not be picking the presidential nominee for some three years. as we always say, there is a lot that can happen between now and then. >> there is a lot that can happen between now and then. if you want to put the party demographics and the rising of the latino population or youth population in northern virginia, the college educated people around the pentagon, if you look at a state like virginia, it is one of the places, if we were having this conversation ten years ago, the fact that a democrat could have a success would be a surprise. vir
auliffe, the democratic candidate for governor in vergeverge. he's led in polls since the summer over ken cuccinelli. in new jersey, chris christie cruising toward re-election over his democratic challenger. a big win tomorrow will only add to all the fodder that christie has his eye on the white house come 2016. >>> in today's impact your world, actor jeff bridges tackles childhood hunger in america. his stated goal is no kid hungry. >> hi, i'm jeff bridges. and we can make an impact on ending childhood hunger here in america. according to the usda, we currently have over 60 million children struggling with hunger, one in five of our kids. any of you kids see "surf's up"? >> we think one of the most important things we can do to end childhood hunger is to have universal breakfast in school. another thing that is very important is there are summer meal programs available to kids. no kid hungry is about making people aware of the programs in the state. ♪ some times in our lives >> it affects me in a person way thinking about what that would feel like if i wasn't able to provide for my kids. but als
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